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. >> reporter: they are serving on a mission in la mras, louisiana, a long way from home in utah. >> i didn't know too much about it. people would tell me, you're going to have jambalaya and gumbo. i'm like, what is that? i don't know what is that. >> reporter: the church determines, they believe with devine guidance, where missionaries are placed.
of of the debate. go to int is the governor's race utah. it is about an hour. >> i welcome you to this debate between the candidates for governor of utah. governor. >> thank you. thank you to all of the pbs affiliates, are part of this debate. good to be here with my good friend, peter cook. when i came to office, i took over at a difficult time in our state's history. there was economic downturn in our state since the great depression. i talked about my priorities and what i would focus on. one would be on the job creation. second would be education. three would be energy development. i am pleased to report that three years later we have success in the areaevery area. the economy is back on the right path and growing again. our unemployment rate went down to 5.8%. we're putting more money into public education than ever before. we had an energy plan and which we are developing our natural resources. the state government is more efficient than ever before. it is open and transparent. it is getting good bang for the taxpayers box. i thank you for your support. and look for your
in utah underneath a ledge. and i didn't move it from the spot. in fact, the sand had just been barely swept away to show the face of it, but it's still there. it's still under that ledge. i hope. i'd like to take you on a route and show you a way down to one of these artifacts. now, a lot of people look across canyon land, say, in southeast utah where this picture is, and it's not really clear how you get around, how you get from place to place. but if you know this place well enough you know right over this lip of white sandstone, if you go right over the ledge and hang your foot over this side, you can't see it but you can feel it with the tip of your foot, there's a little toe hold down there, then if you get on that toe hold you drop your other foot down and there's another toe hold. it happens a thousand years ago somebody carved just a series of toe holds down this rock face. and you climb down those and they lead to a ledge and the ledge wraps around underneath here and it drops down into another spot that you go through a saddle and around to the other side and through another
this project through mobilizing. >> we will get an update from two utah residents. then we will speak with a community radio activist from here in durango who was diagnosed with cancer. >> cancer and without insurance. a new program created by obamacare. [applause] >> what is this little known program? first, "all the missing horses: what happened to the wild horses tom davis bought from the gov't?" all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!,", the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. we are broadcasting from durango, colorado. republican presidential candidate mitt romney has overtaken president obama in a new nation poll in the aftermath of their first debate last week. the pew research center has romney leading obama by four points among likely voters after trailing by 8% last month. the two are tied among registered voters at 46%, obama's lowest mark in the people in over a year. on monday, romney delivered a speech attacking president obama's form policy, the subject of their next debate in one week. >> i know the president hopes for a safer, freer
as a utah state senator, minority leader for eight of the ten years that i served. we need to collaborate with both parties to solve problems, produce a balanced budget, my vision of government is a common sense business approach. by putting first the important issues on the front burner regardless of political consequences. best product, lowest price, and best service. there is a clear difference between my opponent and myself. thirty-four years at the ibm corporation with a reputation of working across the aisle while serving the utah state senate. thank you very much and thank you for having us today. >>moderater: senator hatch. hatch: i am honored to be here with all of you. i wanted thank you for putting on this debate. i wanted thank you. look. our country is at a real crossroads. we are in real problems. there is no question about it. we know that there is too much spending, too much regulation. we are $16 trillion in debt. we are going to have well over 20 trillion. the average debt per family is $140,000. we can no longer live like that. now, everybody knows, i have been a conser
, said it, and gov. debates from around the country. next, our campaign 2012 coverage to take you to utah for a debate between senator orrin hatch and challengers scott howell. this debate is about 50 minutes. it is held at brigham young university. [applause] >> it is my pleasure to welcome senator hatch and mr. hall to the brim university campus. our audience today are students and teachers and community organizations. a coin toss conducted earlier and -- determined mr. hall will have the first statement cannot followed by -- the first statement, followed by senator hatch. >> tonight you have the chance to compare two candidates, each of us seeking your vote with two different record -- records. my record is of a balanced budget, job creation, fighting for seniors, and protecting public education verses my opponent with crippling debt, privatizing medicare, and social security, and in the funding education. -- and not funding education. we need to collaborate with both parties to solve problems and produce a balanced budget. my vision of government is a common-sense business approach by
in the republican party supporting limited government and fiscal discipline in this state of utah. she is ahead in the polls. is this a national trend? mayor mia love is our guest next you see us, at the start of the day. on the company phone list that's a few names longer. you see us bank on busier highways. on once empty fields. everyday you see all the ways all of us at us bank are helping grow our economy. lending more so companies and communities can expand, grow stronger and get back to work. everyday you see all of us serving you, around the country, around the corner. us bank. lou: president obama's underperformance on the national stage, republican utah congressional candidate mia love will join us in just a moment to talk about the challenges of this election year. first, on wall street, stocks closing lower of what end of what is expected to be a weak earnings season, and beginning to rip, at least. perhaps some volatility. the dow jones industrial is down 26 points. the s&p fell five points, the nasdaq down 34 points. third-quarter kickoff tomorrow. companies in the s&p expected to
government and fiscal discipline in this state of utah. she is ahead in the polls. is this a national trend? mayor mia l lou: president obama's underperformance on the national stage, republican utah congressional candidate mia love will join us in just a moment to talk about the challenges of this election year. first, on wall street, stocks closing lower of what end of what is expected to be a weak earnings season, and beginning to rip, at least. perhaps some volatility. the dow jones industrial is down 26 points. the s&p fell five points, the nasdaq down 34 points. third-quarter ckoff tomorrow. companies in the s&p expected to post overall a decline in profits for the first time in nearly three years. about 2.5% lower of the previous years. meanwhile, the world bank slashed its growth outlook for the developing economies of eastern asia and the pacific region. about 7% down from an earlier projection of more than 7.5%. the weakest growth outlook in 11 years. turning back to politics, president obama's lackf popularity, putting democratic incumbents at significant risk. my guess, overtaki
governor gary herbert and challenger peter cook for the utah governorship. gary herbert became governor following the resignation of john huntsman, an ambassador to china apointed by president obama. from salt lake city, this debate is courtesy of kued tv and is just under an hour. >> representing utah's public broadcasters, i welcome you to this debate between candidates. prior to ire time, a coin toss determined that governor gary herbert will provide the first opening statement. >> thank you. as most people know when i came into office, i took over governorship at a difficult time in our state's history. probably the worst economic downtime in our state since the great depression. at my inauguration i talked at my priorities, what we would focus on. one would be economic development and job creation, two would be education, three would be energy development and fourth one efficiency in state government. i'm pleased to report we have had success in every area. in every measurable area. the economy is back on the right path growing again. our unemployment rate when from 837b9% to 5.8%
's debate. jason chafman of utah will play president obama. >>> let me finish with this, heavyweight battle. this is "hardball," the place for politics, life from hofstra university. hey. hey eddie. i brought your stuff. you don't have to do this. yes i do. i want you to keep this. it'd be weird. take care. you too. [ sighs ] so how did it go? he's upset. [ male announcer ] spend less time at gas stations with best in class fuel economy. it's our most innovative altima ever. ♪ [ male announcer ] sponges take your mark. ♪ [ female announcer ] one drop of ultra dawn has twice the everyday grease cleaning ingredients of one drop of the leading non-concentrated brand... ♪ [ crowd cheering ] clean 2x more greasy dishes. dawn does more. so it's not a chore. hey, bro. or engaging. conversations help us learn and grow. at wells fargo, we believe you can never underestimate the power of a conversation. it's this exchange of ideas that helps you move ahead with confidence. so when the conversation turns to your financial goals... turn to us. if you need anything else, let me know. [ femal
and has more on utah street. brian? >> reporter: this remarkable season is one thing but the blackout of 14 straight long years finally ended with this fan base being able it seat pomp and circumstance of the first playoff home game in that amount of time. >> reporter: seeing is absolutely believing. the pregame introduction, the jam packed orange clad stands, the deaf finning -- deafening o of 38,000 strong. now this is real. baltimore fans old and young finally woke up from the coma. >> it's been a tough few years. >> ever since he's been born, they haven't made the playoffs. it's been a dormant orioles fan. >> reporter: and that was by design for father pat adams to wetness the pageantry of a fran cheese re-- franchise reborn. >> it was great, rewarding, being an orioles fan all these years. >> reporter: and it was just one opportunity over these two games. tickets, as we know, are all of a sudden hard to come by, but not if you're jim thome's family. we ran into thome's dad, brother and twin cities wandering around the yard. jim is happy to be in baltimore and what has been a memo
anderson, third party candidate out here to straighten him out. he was in utah at the time, we also have the numbers. turns out shockingly he was full of it. >> america's winter flip olympics were mired in scandal and deficit. in come mitt romney. >> he turned t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t the one time it's okay for you to miss my show is if that's the only time you can get to a polling place. make sure that voting is your highest priority on election besides, you can always dvr my show. you really cant' dvr the future of the country. to help you make informed decisions, watch current tv's politically direct lineup. only on current tv. so vote and vote smart. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> cenk: all right, we're back on "the young turks." well hurricane sandy has left 2.2 million people without power, and then the lower battery section of manhattan of the waves have gotten up to 11.25 feet. just breaking a record of 1821. >>> mitt romney did run the olympics in salt lake city. >> romney: i worked at bain for 25 years. i left that go off and help save the oly
utah state thanks to a crowd that was not just full of people, but also family and friends. sam dwyer: "well, there's people that you know, there's a couple guys we went to school with, you know, high school, and obviously people they go to school with now." wolp: "you get much closer to the action when you go to a san jose state game. not only the fact that you are physically closer, but you are closer to the athletes themselves." the results over the first two games have been overwhelmingly positive both on the ice and in the stands. but what does this mean going forward for both the spartans and the n-h-l? dickerson: "the nhl's going to lose a lot of market share the longer they stay out. it's unfortunate because they've been building up a lot, especially with hbo's '24/7' leading up to the winter classic, those types of things have really helped build a profile, and it would be a shame for them to lose that."" after that game, the spartans went on the road to cal-state fullerton in anaheim. they come home for the game on the 25th against cal-state northridge, and the crowd will su
is sacked for the tenth time by henry anderson. stanford wins 24-17. cal at utah, and things got ugly for the golden bears in this one. cal up 3-0. kicking off to the utes' reggie dunn. hits a wall at the 20-yardline but nobody wraps him up and he is gone. aloha! running out of breath. 100 yards, cal gets crushed, 29-47. san jose state over texas state, 30-21. abc-7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> have to work on the conditioning there. >> thank you so much, larry. coming up next, a look at what could be the future of crime-fighting. the unmanned drones that could patrol the east bay. >> and as halloween weekend, this horror movie makeup is not for trick >> good evening, i'm ama daetz. just one more win and the giants are world championsle the orange and black beat the detroit tigers 2-0 in game three and have a 3-0 lead in the series. the giant goes for a sweep tomorrow with ace matt cain on the mound. >> new jersey and north carolina are in states of emergency in preparation for hurricane sandy. sandy merged with two weather fronts being called a superstorm. sandy is
, the place, of course, is utah. after the death of joseph smith in carthage, most of the mormons, after continued harassment, followed brigham young out to utah- that becomes zion for them- and today, that's the latter day saints. there is 8 million latter day saints; it's a very, very large movement. so we have 8 million folks in the latter day saints movement. the second group is, with 250,000, are the reorganized mormon church, and they still hold to the independence, missouri, is the center, and they have followed the descendants of joseph smith. thereafter, there's several other different sects, but the idea here is that the place becomes utah, the place becomes independence, missouri, but there's more- something like maybe 200 different sects that continue to split off because of different doctrinal disagreements. as you can well imagine, one of the most difficult- well, one of the most controversial doctrinal teachings that came out of a revelation joseph smith had in nauvoo was the question of polygamy- of plural marriage- and that has continued to trouble the church. and today,
's prepare for the st season at usc off to terrible start tonight against utah. could the trojan avoid utah. could the trojan avoid the upset 3q i can't stand these spots. those spots are actually leftover food and detergent residue that can redeposit on your dishware during the rinse cycle. gross. jet-dry rinse agent helps wash them away so the only thing left behind is the shine. jet-dry rinses away residues for a sparkling shine. is. >> 16 game winner matt cain start saturday night as giants open the play offs at home against cincinnati. san francisco went through a lit work out late this afternoon at at&t park. the reds manage by bicker took the season series 4-3. cain started all star game got a chance to practice his bunting. opposed by johnny. when san francisco won the world series 2010 zito didn't even make the post season roster. not the case this time. >> i'm glad to be healthy this year and blessed being able to make every start and having fun is everything. so i plan on having mr. fun when i get out there. >> when you get in post season play intensity level is so much
visiting utah for the first time in 95 years. second play of the game. utah returns a fumble for a touchdown. usc falls after making a return. helped off the field and later in the second quarter he returns to make a touchdown grab. back in the end zone the 13th rank trojans win 38-28. the national hockey league is cancelling games because of a lockout. the nhl wiped out the first two weeks of the regular season which was set to begin next thursday. the two sides are at odds over how to split the nhl's $3 billion in revenue. former boston red sox pitcher curt schilling may have to part ways with that bloody sock he wore during the 2004 world series run. he's on the hook for millions of dollars after he guaranteed loans to his now bankrupt video game company. schilling was wearing it when he took to the mound in 2004 world series just days after having surgery on his ankle. it became a symbol of the red sox first championship in 86 years. it's now on loan to the baseball hall of fame. memorabilia expert estimates it could be worth up to, guess what? $100,000. for a sock. i tho
smart changes andfrom utah we have gornor herbert what did you do? >> we try to think long term. we move from the defined benefits to the defined contribution. john: oh my gosh. don't say those words. [laughter] steve uses those all the time but i know that you are switching off. explain why it you talk about. john: defined benefit mean the politicians defined the benefit this is what we py the teachers. >> the rerement income and guarantee benefit until you die. john: we promise. as opposed to? >> typically called 401(k). you define the money in the account to have tord the retirement and build up over time. then the taxpayer liability ends. john: not like so secured year medicare, it is real money. money in your account. not subject to the whimof politicians. the other is the promise. and a good chance the money will not be there. >> hot air i a risk because courts state audacious a is guaranteed but then the taxpayer has to make it up. because of the obligation that has not been followed through. john: rhode island made a change and can workers get mad? >> there is concerned unless we
the landing. >>> next to utah it turns out man's best friend was behind a suspected burglary when he received a call from his home phone he heard scratching and banging so he thought he was being robbed and called police. the officers didn't find anyone in the house but they learned his dog had gotten ahold of the cordless phone and hit the recall button. >>> they're putting finishing touches on a halloween display. thousands of jack owe lanterns are carved with movie titles and themes. they're lined along a trail inside roger williams' zoo. this year is billed as all the world's a stage. no pressure there, mom and dad. >>> now for a look add today's weather we'll talk to nbc's meteorologist bill karins. >> the crooked jagged teeth doesn't cut it anymore. >> you've upped your game. >> people start using stencils. not me. >> no. >> good morning, everyone, yesterday, the snow was flying at this time in areas of north dakota. it moved into minnesota. this is pictures from fargo, north dakota. this is early in the season for a snow event. usually we get the first snow about mid october. a week or
for the paper for 32 years. doing cartoons in utah is the easiest job in the world because there's just so much material. ♪ >> we've got about 2r50 billion of them. >> mitt romney is a favorite son of utah. he helped the olympic games there and he's mormon and the state is about half -- 50% mormon. so he's kinds of my guy. >> i think i understand mitt romney and i understand something about why he is so stiff. >> when i'm thinking about doing the cartoon, i listen to the radio in the morning and i read the newspaper. i mull things over until i -- i choose the thing that most outrages me at that moment and then i kind of work it over and i think, what's it like and how can i approach it. people ask me all the time, where do you get your ideas? and i can't explain where they come from. ♪ >> obama has got kind of a wide nose a little bit. i'm nick anderson, the editorial cartoonist for "the houston chronicle." he's not wide-eyed. he has his eyes half closed most of the time. ♪ >> i went out and bought a book on cartooning when i was in fifth grade and my family thought i was a little nutty.
jon huntsman, sr., an icon in utah, with a $12 billion company they endorse me because i'm the kind of guy who encourages policies that do encourage job creation and economic growth. that is what i will focus on. >> i was not going to lead that out that is here on my deck. jon huntsman sr., the big chemical maker in utah endorsed you. >>guest: he reached out to me before this interview we completed the endivorcement and it means a lot to me. he is such an integral part of the utah community and done so much for utah it mean as lot that he is willing to endorse me. >> last question, vice president joe biden said letting bush tax cuts expire is a $1 trillion tax increase. do you agree. >>guest: i don't want tax rates do go up, that is why we ought to extend the tax cuts and that has been my position all along. >>imus: thank you -- >> thank you, sir. and now a taxpayer group is filing a lawsuit and lis wheel and jennifer next. stay tuned. [ clock ticking ] [ male announcer ] there's a better way... v8 v-fusion. vegetable nutrition they need, fruit taste they love. could've had a v8...
prefieren evitar comentar detalles. >> el jueves el cuerpo ser trasladado a utah, por otro lado, en los próximos días el f.b.i. se podría pronuncia. >> la policía arrestaron a 25 indocumentados en una redada al norte de edad ciudad, cuando la policía vio la cantidad de inmigrantes en un departamento pidieron la ayuda de la patrulla fronteriza. >> también se declaró monumento nacional la casa de césar chávez, el monumento estará en el centro de california. >> nos vamos a nueva york que creó un apartamento para la estatua de cristóbal colón, ahora hasta recibe visitas en la sala de su apartamento. >> el monumento está en manhattan. >> siempre la he visto y he vivido aquí muchos años, pero estar aquí es lindo. >> por eso es que la ciudad construyó un andamio. >> ahora podrá ser apreciado y gratias. >> Él quería enseñar al público, era como un homenaje para el 400 aniversario de él. >> es una etastua que permaneció 120 años lejos de la vista humana. >> como michael jackson, mickey mouse,. >> una manera de redescubrir al supuesto descubridor de américa. >> proceso
canyon and walked north up to mesa verde, around to comb ridge in utah, down into the hopi mesa, across the mugion rim, to mexico and then into the sierra madre, following people, following routes. because everything in the desert leaves a route that leads you somewhere. everything out there is a story. and that's what i'm following, these stories, looking for ways, looking for grains of sand out of place, looking for stories out in the middle of nowhere. i can open this up for questions if anybody has any questions. . >> i was wondering if they had any sort of metal or did they use hardened rocks of some sort to shape their stones? . >> most of what they did was stone. metallurgy was just starting to move up into northern chijuajua at that time and they were working with copper. that was just ornamental, so there was no metal going on at all other than imported bells. >> and the shells, they went down to cortez -- not lake -- the cortez sea to get, was that mostly hard or brittle? . >> it was hard but not tool hard. the colorado plateau is covered with chert, a glassy rock that is real
anderson. stanford wins 24-17. cal at utah, and things got ugly for the golden bears in this one. cal up 3-0. kicking off to the utes' reggie dunn. hits a wall at the 20-yardline but nobody wraps him up and he is gone. aloha! running out of breath. 100 yards, cal gets crushed, 29-47. san jose state over texas state, 30-21. abc-7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> have to work on the conditioning there. >> thank you so much, larry. coming up next, a look at what could be the future of crime-fighting. the unmanned drones that could patrol the east bay. >> and as halloween weekend, this horror movie makeup is not >> good evening, i'm ama daetz. just one more win and the giants are world championsle the orange and black beat the detroit tigers 2-0 in game three and have a 3-0 lead in the series. the giant goes for a sweep tomorrow with ace matt cain on the mound. >> new jersey and north carolina are in states of emergency in preparation for hurricane sandy. sandy merged with two weather fronts being called a superstorm. sandy is forecasted to make landfall on tuesday. >> the embarc
innovadores artefactos fueron creados en la universidad de utah, y hasta el momento solo hay 2 y son 7 las personas que participan en este programa deportivo especial!! #esta y otras imagenes de impacto pueden verlas nuevamente en u desde lo alto de un acantilado clavadistas de todo el mundo mostraron su destreza en el reino unido!! los deportistas se lanzaron a un lago frente a cientos de espectadores, sin temerle a las bajas temperaturas!! un atleta colombiano se llevo el primer lugar con 840 puntos y un residente de fort lauderdale, en la florida, conquisto la tercera posicion con 740. por cierto, el joven estadounidense tuvo que improvisar su rutina, ya que su vuelo se retraso y no tuvo tiempo de entrenar para el evento!! # un futbolista profesional cambio su imagen y hasta su nombre y alega que nacio en el cuerpo equivocado!! veran la singular iniciativa de una madre para que sus hijos puedan ser identificados en su escuela!! hay eso y mucho mas, en primer impacto extra!! # que tal, les saluda enrique acevedodetienen a supuesta hija l chapo en estados unidos.los catolicos
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wins their second in a row, 31-17. >> san jose state hosting utah state on homecoming. the first wac matchup of the season. williams goes 86 yards. finished witness 176-yards on the day. 35-20 utah. next aggie possession. the quarterback on the keeper. 28 yards. six more. 42-20. david fails -- david sail pressured all day. a school record 14 sacks. spartans 49-27 the final. >> our upset of the day, west virginia facing texas tech, geno smith held to one touchdown. and 504 yards. six touchdowns, on the money, great throw to the corner. texas tech with the upset, 49-14 the final. >> giants and cardinals in the income nlcs and a scary moment today at practice, row roberto y was hit in the head by a buster posey line drive during >> game one of the nlcs begins tomorrow night at at&t park. giants and st. louis. both teams had to overcome major adversity to get there. giants had to win three on the road in cincy. last night the cardinals had to beat the washington nationals. certainly make a great series. >> one of those things that we knew we we could do it, but we knew it would be very h
creo que no es imposible y serÍa especular. el agente naciÓ en utah y cuando se graduÓ, se fue de misionero a ciudad de mÉxico y trabajÓ con la iglesia de los santos de los Últimos dÍas a su regreso conociÓ a su esposa. >> tenemos que recordar que es un agentes que estaba cumpliendo con su misiÓn llevando a cabo sus obligaciones de asegurar la frontera de proteger la frontera. Él tiene una esposa y un niÑo que no tienen padre. >> pertenecÍa a la base en donde pocos dÍas fue bautizada en honor para el agente que muriÓ en cumplimiento de su deber. este es el cuarto agentes de la patrulla de arizona que fallece en menos de 2 aÑos. la secretaria de seguridad >> mit romney se comprometió. >> >> fijo ç >> los votantes latinos querian saber su posicion. >> es importante supieran que los estudiantes mantuvieran la acción diferida, lo que no mencionó es que pasa con los dreamers que no han aplicado, tampoco dijo cual es su plan. >> la organización que se opone dijo que mitt romney le puso un sello a una amnistia, y dijeron que se aclare en detalle. >> el gobierno da un nue
ok's 72 hour waiting period for abortions. -- utah ok's 72-hour waiting period for abortions. i could spend the entire lunch talking about this. the good news is that women are organizing, and rallies are taking place on a regular basis. a lot of young women are getting involved. we had a caller to date asking, how do i talk to my male students in high school about this? that is the good news. there are a lot of solutions and we are making progress, but it is difficult. i would like to introduce the woman behind to this incredible event. shelly bradford bell -- [applause] she is executive director of global arts and education. please join me in welcoming her. [applause] >> hello, everybody. happy international women's day. i really want to thank you for being here. you heard a lot of statistics. we all know a lot about what is going on. i am so pleased that the women we have here today -- have shown every single day of their life their dedication to people who have no one to speak for them. there are things that some of us do not understand. i have never been so happy as i am today to
much more or else be imprisoned in a world too small utah to me to be mightier than the greatest -- you taught me to be mightier than the greatest and no matter how heavy a load i always take the high road end because of you -- and because of you you make me believe you make me believe you make me believe you make me believe in angels and i am just one more fed their -- one small feather in your dream ♪ [applause] for us, and it makes me emotional, because that song was absolutely perfect for the reason that jules is going to , and so is rose. ladies, get on up here. as i mentioned to you earlier, our fiscal sponsor his women's in a cultural network. it was started by an angel, and we are all the others in her wings. one of the most incredible women. she has worked for years with planned parenthood. she created women's and a cultural network and another program attached to it called california women's agenda. you will have been all over the state of california, the thousands of women in a heartbeat. she has dedicated her life to it. she just came back from 10 days at the u.n. conferen
on abortion, because he had already -- he thought he was running for office in utah a year before. he had said to a utah paper, don't call me pro-choice. he came back to massachusetts and said, now call he pro-choice, or said, i will now support the pro-choice laws. so he had to win over the benefit of the doubt from those swing voters in massachusetts. he was able to do that then, and it seems like the same decision he's making now. i want to give these voters reassurance so they can vote for me on another issue. >> what strikes me, though, we've seen this pattern -- i get the romney campaign's motivation on this issue, for all those issues you just described. but what strikes me is they have tried to do this type of walkback on so many other issues they have succeeded at. the obama campaign seems determined to not them not walk back this one. is there anything you can see in terms of romney's past or other historical precedent on this in terms of whether or not the obama campaign might succeed in sort of holding him to this? not letting him etch a sketch on this? >> i really think it depends
-journal" endorsed romney. yesterday "the denver post" came out for president obama. and in utah, the salt lake tribune endorsed president obama. it summed up its endorsement in three words, it said "too many mitts." joining me, richard goodstein and msnbc contributor robert traynham. robert is a former communications director as well for senator rick santorum. richard, start with you. the polls are still tight in nevada. we were talking about some of the papers there. when you look at these endorsements, what sort of effect might it have on the key undecided ca undecideds? >> well, richard, we've always known the polls were going to tighten to the end. this shouldn't come as a surprise to anybody who follows this new york. i think the impact of the endorsements is great in these big swing states like colorado and the tampa bay paper that you mentioned. and even the slap that mitt romney got from this salt lake paper, his adopted home, where they said not only too many mitts, but they said, who is this guy? and how is it that somebody could have this many positions? that's something that's not
. let's show you what we found. >> utah street is lined with egg shells. >> no one wants to talk about it. >> reporter: there's a quite anxiety at the yard today, almost eerie, really. it's been 15 years and this franchise finds itself one game away. regardless of this team's record, a playoff game would pung wait this remarkable season. >> you don't want to spoil it. >> reporter: which is why there is not much baseball talk. this hat is about all he wants to show. he, like everyone else is tiptoeing so as not to disturb the baseball reality and fantasy, letting all passers by know this could get real. >> jinxing if i put it on tv. >> i think you can put it on. i like his attitude. we're hopeful. >> so i can show it on tv. >> yes. >> baltimore will not get mad at me. >> no. blame it on those young men putting that sign up there oar loor let's hope there's no blame to go around. >> receipt you are. to play the yankees, this town won't be able to keep their lid on. they say he's got a lot of playoff experience -- from japan. we're throwing our guy, joe saunders. >> hey, buck says it's go
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